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Stories from Saturday, February 13, 2010

Screaming Good Time (02/13/10)
Faith Phillips, 6, flies down the inflatable slide at Deer Meadow's winter festival Friday night. Several families turned out for food and games. See more photos from the festival in the photo gallery.
League of Women Voters turns 90 (02/13/10)
The League of Women Voters of Indiana, as well as League of Women Voters of the United States, turns 90 years old this month. Governor Mitch Daniels has honored the League with a proclamation declaring Feb. 14 League of Women Voters "Making Democracy Work" Day...
Sentence modification denied for Wade (02/13/10)
GREENCASTLE -- A petition to the Putnam County Circuit Court to modify the sentence of a Greencastle woman currently serving prison time has been denied without a hearing. Tamera S. Wade, 46, was convicted in December 2008 of Class D felony theft. Special Judge Thomas Milligan gave Wade a 2 1/2-year sentence, 18 months of which was to spent on home detention with the balance to be served on probation...
Duke awards Greencastle with $30K grant (02/13/10)
PLAINFIELD -- Duke Energy is awarding $30,000 to the Greencastle/Putnam County Development Center to help document two industrial sites to attract new businesses and jobs. One prospective site is located near Cloverdale, and the other is in Greencastle. ...
Indianapolis man gets 12-year sentence (02/13/10)
GREENCASTLE -- An Indianapolis man was sentenced recently in Putnam County Circuit Court to a 12-year sentence Zikimo Jones, 32, was convicted of Class B felony dealing in a schedule I controlled substance. Judge Matthew Headley gave Jones a 12-year Indiana Department of Correction sentence with 8 years executed and four years on probation...
Greencastle swimmers complete season at state (02/13/10)
GREENCASTLE -- As the Carmels of the world shoot for state supremacy, for most swimmers the state meet itself is a goal. The chance to swim in a pool where Olympic and world champions have competed is the season's reward. So it was Friday at IUPUI Natatorium for Greencastle's Melissa Ball, Sydney Terry, Melanie Bittles and Natasha Aring. The season ended for the Lady Tiger Sharks, but the experience alone is a crowning achievement...
North Putnam tangles with Bruins (02/13/10)
ROACHDALE -- For a half, North Putnam had Tri-West wondering if an upset was in the making at the North Putnam Class 2A sectional. But a rough third quarter gave the Bruins all the cushion they would need as they defeated the Cougars 40-28. "I thought we really stayed in and battled. ...
Tiger Cubs fall in overtime (02/13/10)
SULLIVAN -- It's not often a team gets a second chance to beat a non-conference team. Back on Dec. 5, Greencastle struggled against an experienced Edgewood team that beat the Tiger Cubs 59-42. On Friday, the two teams met again at Sullivan High School in the sectionals...
Eagles sputter against Speedway (02/13/10)
ROACHDALE -- South Putnam shot a season-low 16 percent from the field Friday against Speedway, losing 48-22 in a first round 2A Sectional game at North Putnam. It was the lowest point total of the season for the Eagles (5-16). Their previous low had been 35 twice...
John D. 'Jack' Costa (02/13/10)
John D. "Jack" Costa, 93, Greencastle, died at 12:10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, 2010 at Vermillion Convalescent Center in Clinton. He was born Oct. 21, 1916 in Clay County, the son of Joseph and Dominica Costs. Survivors include one brother, Dom Costa; one sister, Mary Polifroni; and several nieces and nephews...
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